I’m Jacqueline Delibes and due to my fondness for comedy and perverse lack of vanity, I play absurd comedic ladies. However, I also relish drama and enjoy bringing powerful villains or sensitive healers to full, bastard-y, glorious life.
In feature film 1.7 Alpha, I was a supportive yet no-nonsense mentor to a young woman.
In Slow Down to the Speed of Virginia, I was an attorney who taught litigators to act Southern to win in court.
On Investigation Discovery’s third season of Redrum I played an ex-drug addict striving to make amends with my troubled daughter.
Favorite roles include Sr. Aloysius in Doubt, Maria Callas in Master Class and Hippolita in ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore.
I’ve trained at HB Studio with devoted teachers Michael Beckett, Sam Groom and Elizabeth Dillon, with the energetic Tony Meindl at AMAW, and with Drama League Teaching Artist and lover of heightened theater, director Michael Goldfried.
After I got a Film degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, I worked in feature post-production, at production companies and as a freelance writer. All of which help me know… things.
I aspire to collaborate in healthy group settings to create purposeful work. My goal is to perform in premium quality television and visionary feature films in the U.S. and abroad. Acting can be wildly entertaining or moving – at its soaring best, it’s a deeply healing art.